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Baltimore School for the Arts

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Top Baltimore School for the Arts Articles

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  • Baltimore School for the Arts looks out for struggling students [Letter]

    I am a junior dancer at Baltimore School for the Arts, and I did not appreciate the way op-ed writer Patricia Schultheis portrayed my school because she do not have proper knowledge of what BSA is ("Who is responsible for Jabril?" May 19). My mother...
  • BSA offers great support, but it's not for every student [Letter]

    BSA offers great support, but it's not for every student [Letter]
    When I read Patricia Schultheis' recent commentary on Baltimore School for the Arts ("Who is responsible for Jabril?" May 19), I was saddened and frustrated. I was disappointed to hear that she, and the young man she spoke of, Jabril, had such a...
  • In defense of Baltimore School for the Arts [Letter]

    In defense of Baltimore School for the Arts [Letter]
    Baltimore School for the Arts is one of Baltimore's greatest treasures. I know I am playing the long odds in working toward a career in acting. I hear the jokes correlating the arts and the McDonald's drive-through. I recognized in middle school that,...
  • BSA's professional environment isn't for everyone [Letter]

    BSA's professional environment isn't for everyone [Letter]
    The Baltimore School for the Arts is not responsible for Jabril's actions ("Who is responsible for Jabril?" May 19). If he didn't do what he was supposed to do, then they did what they were supposed to do. When first getting into BSA, you go through...
  • A skewed view of the Baltimore School for the Arts [Letter]

    A skewed view of the Baltimore School for the Arts [Letter]
    As a graduate of the Baltimore School for the Arts, I thought Patricia Schultheis' recent commentary about the school was totally wrong ("Who is responsible for Jabril?" May 19). I did the hard work needed to succeed in academics and arts, staying in...
  • Don't blame the school for the arts for Baltimore's failed public schools [Letter]

    Don't blame the school for the arts for Baltimore's failed public schools [Letter]
    As an alumnus of the Baltimore School for the Arts I was outraged by Patricia Schultheis' recent commentary on the school ("Who is responsible for Jabril?" May 19). The School for the Arts not only changed my life but has done so for more than two...
  • The lessons of Baltimore School for the Arts [Letter]

    The lessons of Baltimore School for the Arts [Letter]
    The recent commentary regarding the Baltimore School for the Arts and the experience of Jabril Leach who was dismissed from the school, has some validity ("Who is responsible for Jabril?" May 19). No, the school is not equipped to deal with the Jabrils of...
  • 'Approaching Ali' enters operatic ring, shows promise

    'Approaching Ali' enters operatic ring, shows promise
    New operas don't often score knock-outs. But, if crowd response were the determining factor, "Approaching Ali" sure sounded like a champion Saturday night at the Kennedy Center, where Washington National Opera presented the premiere of this hour-long...
  • Hippodrome camp introduces middle-schoolers to joys of drama, song and dance

    Hippodrome camp introduces middle-schoolers to joys of drama, song and dance
    They were sprawled on their backs all over the floor, holding their stomachs and emitting a chorus of deep wails and moans. It could have been mistaken for a mass outbreak of food poisoning, but these kids were merely going through vocal exercises,...
  • Fire safety takes center stage for city students

    Fire safety takes center stage for city students
    In a city of aging, closely built rowhouses, where officials estimate smoke detectors are sufficiently installed in only about half, knowledge of fires is prevalent, even among the youngest of residents. Ask a group of elementary and middle schoolers...
  • John Waters' 'Hairspray' keeps its hold on us

    John Waters' 'Hairspray' keeps its hold on us
    "Hairspray" is the product that just keeps giving. In 1988, John Waters added indelibly to his in-a-class-by-itself filmography with this tale of youth, love, race relations, and irrepressible dancing in early-1960s Baltimore. Fourteen years later,...